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1 Wrigley Field, Chicago, named for William Wrigley, Jr. 2209
2 Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium, Manhattan, named for Bill Snyder 1842
3 Shea Stadium, New York City, named for William A. Shea 1751
4 Beaver Stadium, University Park, named for James A. Beaver 1581
5 Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, Minneapolis, named for Hubert Humphrey 1510
6 Lambeau Field, Green Bay, named for Curly Lambeau 1139
7 Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium, named for Robert F. Kennedy 1114
8 Ebbets Field, New York City, named for Charles Ebbets 1105
9 Ralph Wilson Stadium, Orchard Park, named for Ralph C. Wilson Jr. 999
10 Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Gainesville, named for Ben Hill Griffin, Jr. 905
11 Turner Field, Atlanta, named for Ted Turner 858
12 Neyland Stadium, Knoxville, named for Robert Neyland 820
13 Shibe Park, AKA Connie Mack Stadium, Philadelphia, named for Athletics owner Benjamin Shibe and later Athletics manager/owner Connie Mack. 807
14 Williams-Brice Stadium, Columbia, named for Martha Williams-Brice (donor) 758
15 Autzen Stadium, Eugene, named for Thomas J. Autzen 731
16 Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City, named for Ewing Kauffman 730
17 U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago, formerly Comiskey Park, named for Charles Comiskey 679
18 Sanford Stadium, Athens, named for Steadman Vincent Sanford 655
19 Forbes Field, Pittsburgh, named for John Forbes 613
20 Comiskey Park, Chicago, named for Charles Comiskey 600
21 John F. Kennedy Stadium, Philadelphia, named for John F. Kennedy 532
22 Crosley Field, Cincinnati, named for Powel Crosley, Jr. 493
23 Kyle Field, College Station, named for Edwin J. Kyle (athletic director who built the original field) 487
24 Faurot Field, Columbia, named for Don Faurot 473
25 Progressive Field, Cleveland, originally Jacobs Field, named for Richard Jacobs (team owner) 461
26 Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium, Morgantown, named for Milan Puskar (drug manufacturer and donor) 432
27 Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium, Omaha, named for Johnny Rosenblatt 431
28 Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, named for Paul Brown (founder of the stadium's main tenant, the Cincinnati Bengals) 416
29 Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, named for Nile Kinnick 416
30 Frank Howard Field at Memorial Stadium, Clemson, named for Frank Howard 399
31 Lane Stadium, Blacksburg, named for Edward H. Lane 389
32 Robertson Stadium, Houston, named for Corbin J. Robertson 365
33 Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium, Tallahassee, named for Doak S. Campbell and Bobby Bowden 352
34 Sam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas, named for Sam Boyd 340
35 Amon G. Carter Stadium, Fort Worth, named for newspaper man Amon G. Carter 321
36 Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium, Fayetteville, named for Donald W. Reynolds 310
37 Jack Trice Stadium, Ames, named for Jack Trice 310
38 Martin Stadium, Pullman, named for Clarence D. Martin 302
39 Rentschler Field, East Hartford, named for Frederick Rentschler (founder of United Technologies, which donated the stadium site) 297
40 Bobby Dodd Stadium at Grant Field, Atlanta, named for Bobby Dodd (Georgia Tech football coach and athletic director) and Hugh Inman Grant (son of donor) 291
41 Boone Pickens Stadium, Stillwater, named for Boone Pickens 278
42 Ryan Field, Evanston, named for Patrick Ryan (formerly Dyche Stadium, named for William A. Dyche) 271
43 Kenan Memorial Stadium, Chapel Hill, named for William R. Kenan and Mary Hargrave Kenan (parents of donor) 269
44 Buck Shaw Stadium, Santa Clara, named for Buck Shaw 268
45 Michie Stadium, West Point, named for Dennis Michie 215
46 Gerald J. Ford Stadium, University Park, named for Gerald J. Ford (donor) 211
47 Wrigley Field, Los Angeles, named for William Wrigley, Jr. 208
48 Reser Stadium, Corvallis, named for Reser family (formerly Parker Stadium, named for Charles T. Parker) 208
49 Stagg Field, Chicago, named for Amos Alonzo Stagg 200
50 Arthur Ashe Stadium, New York City, named for Arthur Ashe 198
51 Scott Stadium, Charlottesville, named for University Rector Frederic Scott 189
52 Byrd Stadium, College Park, named for Harry C. Byrd 175
53 Nippert Stadium, Cincinnati, named for James Gamble Nippert (University of Cincinnati football player who died from complications of a 1923 in-game injury, whose grandfather donated the funds for the stadium's initial construction) 170
54 LaVell Edwards Stadium, Provo, named for LaVell Edwards (former BYU coach) 166
55 Joan C. Edwards Stadium, Huntington, named for Joan C. Edwards (donor) 155
56 Wallace Wade Stadium, Durham, named for Wallace Wade 148
57 Floyd Casey Stadium, Waco, named for Floyd Casey 145
58 McCoy Stadium, Pawtucket, named for Thomas P. McCoy (former Pawtucket mayor) 138
59 Dix Stadium, Kent, named for Robert C. Dix (trustee) 129
60 Ladd Peebles Stadium, Mobile, named for Ernest F. Ladd (banking mangate) and E.B. Peebles (civic leader) 127
61 Fouts Field, Denton, named for Theron J. Fouts (football coach) 121
62 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, named for Franklin D. Roosevelt 119
63 Icahn Stadium, New York City, named for Carl Icahn (businessman and donor) 114
64 M. M. Roberts Stadium, Hattiesburg, named for M.M. Roberts (trustee) 101
65 Romney Stadium, Logan, named for Coach E.L. “Dick” Romney 97
66 Waldo Stadium, Kalamazoo, named for Dwight B. Waldo 94
67 Warren McGuirk Alumni Stadium, Amherst, named for Warren P. McGuirk 93
68 Archbold Stadium, Syracuse, named for John D. Archbold (donor) 92
69 Bennett Park, Detroit, named for Charlie Bennett 91
70 Schoellkopf Field, Ithaca, named for Henry Schoellkopf (Cornell football player) 89
71 Fitton Field, Worcester, named for Rev. James Fitton 85
72 Kelly/Shorts Stadium, Mount Pleasant, named for R. Perry Shorts (donor) and Kenneth "Bill" Kelly (football coach) 84
73 Doyt Perry Stadium, Bowling Green, named for Doyt L. Perry (coach and athletic director) 82
74 Rynearson Stadium, Ypsilanti, named for Elton J. Rynearson, Sr. (coach) 80
75 Herschel Greer Stadium, Nashville, named for Herschel Lynn Greer 80
76 Rhodes Stadium, Elon, named for Dusty Rhodes (trustee of Elon University—not to be confused with the baseball player or professional wrestler of the same name) 80
77 Walter J. Zable Stadium, Williamsburg, named for Walter J. Zable (donor) 79
78 Joe Aillet Stadium, Ruston, named for Coach Joe Aillet 74
79 Qualcomm Stadium, (formally San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium), named for Jack Murphy 71
80 Sonny Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium, Fort Collins, named for Harry Hughes and Sonny Lubick 70
81 Cheney Stadium, Tacoma, named for Ben Cheney 68
82 Finley Stadium, Chattanooga, named for W. Max Finley (donor) 67
83 Johnny "Red" Floyd Stadium, Murfreesboro, named for Johnny "Red" Floyd (football coach) 63
84 Johnny Unitas Stadium, Towson, named for Johnny Unitas 63
85 Yager Stadium, Oxford, named for Fred C. Yager (benefactor) 59
86 Palmer Stadium, Princeton, named for Stephen S. Palmer (university trustee) 58
87 Peden Stadium, Athens, named for Don Peden 57
88 Drake Stadium, Los Angeles, named for Elvin C. "Ducky" Drake 57
89 Evans Diamond, Berkeley, named for Clint Evans 54
90 Yogi Berra Stadium, Little Falls, named for Yogi Berra 49
91 Louis Armstrong Stadium, New York City, named for Louis Armstrong 48
92 Eddie Robinson Stadium, Grambling, named for Eddie Robinson 47
93 Boshamer Stadium, Chapel Hill, named for Cary C. Boshamer (textile industrialist) 47
94 Ace W. Mumford Stadium, Baton Rouge, named for Coach A.W. "Ace" Mumford 46
95 Harder Stadium, Santa Barbara, named for Theodore "Spud" Harder (football coach) 46
96 Fitzpatrick Stadium, Portland, named for James J. Fitzpatrick 44
97 Dedeaux Field, Los Angeles, named for Rod Dedeaux 44
98 Edward A. LeLacheur Park, Lowell, named for Edward A. LeLacheur (local civic leader) 43
99 Packard Stadium, Tempe, named for William Guthrie Packard 42
100 Mike Martin Field at Dick Howser Stadium, Tallahassee, named for Mike Martin and Dick Howser 42
101 Tim McCarver Stadium, Memphis, named for Tim McCarver 41
102 Tony Gwynn Stadium, San Diego, named for Tony Gwynn 41
103 Jackie Robinson Stadium, Los Angeles, named for Jackie Robinson 39
104 Cardines Field, Newport, named for Bernardo Cardines (baseball player and World War I soldier) 39
105 Ted Wright Stadium, Savannah, Georgia, named for Ted Wright (athletic director) 38
106 L. Dale Mitchell Baseball Park, Norman, named for Dale Mitchell 37
107 Fetzer Field, Chapel Hill, named for Bob Fetzer (former UNC athletic director) 36
108 Allie P. Reynolds Stadium, Stillwater, named for Allie Reynolds 35
109 Riggs Field, Clemson, named for Walter Riggs (football coach) 35
110 Olsen Field, College Station, named for Pat Olsen (baseball player) 34
111 Ray Fisher Stadium, Ann Arbor, named for Ray Fisher 34
112 Roy Kidd Stadium, Richmond, named for Roy Kidd (football coach and athletics director) 33
113 Stagg Memorial Stadium, Stockton, named for Amos Alonzo Stagg 33
114 Caesar Uyesaka Stadium, Santa Barbara, named for Caesar Uyesaka 33
115 Fisher Field, Easton, named for Thomas Fisher 31
116 Sal Maglie Stadium, Niagara Falls, named for Sal Maglie 29
117 Jerry Kindall Field at Frank Sancet Stadium, Tucson, named for Jerry Kindall and Frank Sancet (baseball coaches) 29
118 Howard J. Lamade Stadium, South Williamsport, named for Howard J. Lamade (publisher and Little League executive) 29
119 Russ Chandler Stadium, Atlanta, named for A. Russ Chandler, III 28
120 Joseph L. Bruno Stadium, Troy, named for Joseph Bruno 28
121 Jim Patterson Stadium, Louisville, named for Jim Patterson (donor) 28
122 John F. Kennedy Stadium, Bridgeport, named for John F. Kennedy 28
123 Sembower Field, Bloomington, named for Charles Sembower (baseball player) 28
124 Hammons Field, Springfield, named for John Q. Hammons 28
125 Charles F. Berman Field, Ithaca, named for Charles F. Berman (Cornell soccer player) 28
126 George E. Trelease Memorial Baseball Park, Springfield, named for George Trelease 27
127 Roy Stewart Stadium, Murray, named for Roy Stewart (football coach and athletics director) 27
128 Swayze Field, Oxford, named for Tom Swayze (baseball coach) 27
129 Cliff Hagan Stadium, Lexington, named for Cliff Hagan 26
130 Meade Stadium, Kingston, named for John E. "Jack" Meade (politician) 26
131 Tointon Family Stadium, Manhattan, named for Bob and Betty Tointon (donors) 25
132 Yurcak Field, Piscataway Township, named for Ronald N. Yurcak (lacrosse player) 25
133 Ludwig Field, College Park, named for Bob and Louise Ludwig 25
134 J. O. Christian Field, Storrs, named for J. Orlean Christian (former UConn athletic director) 24
135 Davenport Field, Charlottesville, named for Ted Davenport 24
136 Stevenson Field, Providence, named for Cliff Stevenson (soccer coach) 24
137 Stanley Coveleski Regional Stadium, South Bend, named for Stan Coveleski 24
138 Stephen Schott Stadium, Santa Clara, named for Stephen Schott 22
139 Gill Stadium, Manchester, named for Parks and Recreation Director Ignace J. Gill 22
140 Koskinen Stadium, Durham, named for John and Patricia Koskinen 22
141 Offermann Stadium, Buffalo, named for Frank J. Offermann 21
142 Jack Coombs Field, Durham, named for Jack Coombs 21
143 John Elway Stadium, Los Angeles, named for John Elway 21
144 Joe W. Davis Stadium, Huntsville, named for Joe W. Davis 20


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